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Pete Rose

  • Dishing With Grace

    Pete Rose’s New Home Base, Restaurant Startup’s New Judge and Giada In the Big Apple

    By Grace Bascos

    Those planning to “staycation” in Las Vegas during the holiday season know that it’s a great time to play Tourist on the Strip. And the newest dining addition is a baseball-lover’s paradise.

  • Gossip

    Attention Nia Sanchez and Other Celebs: Seeking Fame Brings Scrutiny

    By Jason Scavone

    It kind of goes without saying, but being a celebrity, or achieving celebrity-like status, however fleeting, opens you up to a lot more scrutiny. Brilliant, right? It’s so stupidly obvious it’s basically dumb to even bring it up. Except. It might be obvious to all of the rest of us, but the exact people to whom it’s the least obvious are the ones who seem to seek the spotlight.

  • Gossip

    Reality TV again mining Vegas

    By Jason Scavone

    Leftfield Pictures, the production company behind Pawn Stars that got spin-off American Restoration onto the History Channel lineup, is apparently a good gang to have in your corner. Because it seems like everyone they’ve ever been associated with gets a History show out of the deal. Case in point: Danny Koker, owner of Count’s Vamp’d, will premiere his series Counting Cars—about his ride-flipping biz, Count’s Kustoms—on the channel Aug. 13.

  • Seven Questions

    Pete Rose

    By Matt Jacob

    It’s been 26 years since Pete Rose broke Ty Cobb’s hallowed record for most career hits in Major League Baseball. And it’s been more than 22 years since Rose set foot on an MLB field in an official capacity, having been permanently banned in August 1989 for betting on baseball. Despite a full confession, countless mea culpas and several attempts at reinstatement, Rose remains persona non grata in baseball, a punishment he estimates has cost him “conservatively, $60 million,” not to mention a spot in the Hall of Fame.

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